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Painting and Travel with Roger & Sarah Bansemer

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Roger and Sarah drive their motorhome to the quaint fishing village of Cedar Key, Florida to spend a few days enjoying art galleries and the local scene. Sarah learns some of the towns rich history while visiting the Cedar Key Historical Museum. Roger selects a wooden fishing boat and palm trees for a scene to paint in oils.

Sarah and Roger visit Christiansted on the beautiful island of St. Croix. Sarah enjoys the sights and sounds of the breezy downtown and the sunny, tropical ocean views. Roger makes a few sketches on location of an historic church which he decides to paint back in the studio using acrylics.

Roger and Sarah visit the Dinosaur National Monument in Utah and Colorado where Sarah views the ancient Petroglyphs and hikes into Box Canyon. In his studio, Roger uses acrylics to paint a sandstone cliff worn by time.

Sarah visits the woodworking shop at the Jack Richeson Company in WI where over one hundred styles of fine artists easels are manufactured. The company president describes the process and shows where each easel and taboret is handmade of oak. Back in his studio Roger uses oils on canvas to paint a large tropical Florida landscape featuring palm trees and native shrubbery.

Sarah visits an important National Historical landmark on the Florida Black Heritage Trail in St. Augustine. A Florida living history expert describes the foods of the day and the reason that Fort Mose was built in 1738 for freed slaves. Roger sketches on location and then using oils on canvas, paints a woman in period costume cooking an autumn feast over an open fire.

Sarah and Roger visit a most interesting roadside stop on Rt. 66 with relics from the past including old automobiles, a soda shop, rusty signs and all things Route 66. Back in his studio Roger uses oil paints to depict one of the unrestored antique cars on display at the property.

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